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Dr. Hause's recipe

Dr. Wayne Hause has been a brilliant veterinary specialist for a very long time. His breakthroughs, and discoveries have astounded many in the field of veterinary medicine. He also is the primary caretaker of our beloved dogs. In addition to all of these wonderful attributes, he is also a phenomenal cook, who generously donated the following recipe to me to use on my site. Please try it. It's AWSOME!!!

4 Medium zucchini
1/2 or 1 large sweet onion
Garlic Salt
Black pepper
4 medium sized tomatoes, peeled and seeded
30 to 40 fresh basil leaves
1 t salt
1/2 t fennel seeds
1 t oregano leaves
2 to 3 garlic cloves
1 t Happy Dog
1 cup fresh grated Parmesan (the good stuff)

Cook onions and zucchini in olive or canola oil until starting to become soft. Dust with garlic salt and black pepper. Blend tomatoes and spices in blender until smooth. Add to zucchini and onion and simmer for 5 to 10 minutes. Just before serving, add the Parmesan cheese.

Wayne R. Hause, DVM, DACVIM


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Patrick's sweet n happy hot wings

These are NOT your traditional buffalo-style hot wings.. they are A LOT BETTER!!!!!

  1. Ten pounds wings, cut up
  2. 1/2 cup your favorite bbq rub, my fave is howlin dogs wild spice blend, www.howlindogspice.com, to find out where it's sold, but use what you like.
  3. 1- 5 oz. bottle Happy Dogs Hot Sauce
  4. 1- stick (preferably) unsalted butter
  5. 1/2 cup honey
  6. 1/2 cup molasses

Mix wings in rub, and let let sit from 3 hours to 24 hours. When your ready to cook, heat my hot sauce, honey, and molasses in pot. Deep fry wings untill golden brown. When done frying, drain grease, and dip in pot with mixture, then set in cookie sheet in oven at about 225 to keep them warm while you fry the rest of the wings. You can also grill the wings, and use the hot sauce mixture as a bbq sauce. I hope you enjoy these as much as I do. They are definitely my favorite on the wing scale!!!

Enjoy, Patrick


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Chef Jason's wings, with happy dogs hot sauce

This recipe comes from one of my best friends in the whole world, Jason Cunningham.

I met Jason about fifteen years ago in St Louis. We were both musicians playing the club circuit, and after several discussions and beers later I discovered we had a lot in common, including a love of cooking. Jason still plays music, and is a professional chef in Phoenix AZ.

He gave me this recipe, and after you try it, you'll need no other!!!!!

Note: For all you low-carb dieters out there, you don't have to use breading to deep fry, but I prefer it because it soaks up more of my yummy sauce!

Breading recipe
1 - cup flour
2 - tbs. baking powder
1 - tbs. garlic powder
1 - tbs. cayenne pepper
1 - tbs. black pepper

Or if you're in a hurry, use a brand called Andy's hot "n" spice chicken breading, 10 oz. pkg., if they have it in your local store.

You'll also need:
12 to 24 drummys, or whole wings
2 quarts peanut oil
1 cup Happy Dogs Hot Sauce
1/2 stick of butter
You won't need salt, it's in the sauce.

Preheat oil to 375. Preheat oven to 350. Wash and pat dry drummetts or wings. Melt butter in hot sauce, and simmer. Add wings and breading in large baggy and shake until wings are covered. Shake off any excess breading and carefully drop ˝ of the wings in pre-heated oil. Fry 12 to 15 minutes, or until golden brown. Remove with slotted spoon and drain briefly on paper towels. (Don't give the wings time to cool). While oil is heating back up, briefly sauté fried wings a few at a time in the sauce mixture until covered then onto a baking sheet, or just place all the cooked wings at once onto baking sheet, and brush generously with sauce mixture. Place in oven 10 to 15 minutes, while you fry up the remaining batch of wings. Then just repeat the procedure with the last batch of wings to the oven, while you DEVOUR the first half!!! Serve with ranch or blue cheese dressing and celery and your favorite beverage. Enjoy!!!

To your good taste!

Patrick Gilmore


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Pat's Crabby-Happy Cheese Ball

This cheese ball is a SERIOUS hit at any party!

2 - 8oz. containers cream cheese
1 - 8oz. pkg. sharp cheddar cheese
1 - tbs. chopped pimentos
1 - tbs. green peppers, chopped
1 - tbs. white or green onion, chopped
2 - tsp. Worcestershire sauce
1 - tsp. lemon juice
1 - tbs. minced garlic or garlic powder
1 - tbs. Happy Dogs Hot Sauce
1 - 6oz. can crab meat
dash of salt
1 - roughly chopped walnuts

Mix everything together except walnuts. Form into a large ball, then roll onto plate with walnuts on it, covering the ball with nuts. Press ball into nuts well enough that they stay on the ball. Serve with crackers, and enjoy!

To your good taste!

Patrick Gilmore


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Pat's Happy Steak

Once you try this simple recipe for grilling a steak, you won't use anything else!!!

You will need:

  • Charcoal or gas grill. You can use the oven broiler, or blacken on stovetop, if you wish, but my personal favorite is a very hot charcoal fire.
  • Your favorite cut of beef steak. (I'm partial to a thick and juicy porterhouse).
  • Some Old Bay seasoning
  • And of course, Happy Dogs Hot Sauce!!!

    A friend of mine turned me on to a rub called Howlin Dogs's Wild Spice Blend. It comes out of Grafton IL. If you can find it, use that instead of Old Bay seasoning. Their website is: www.howlindogspice.com, to find out where they carry it.

    On one side of steaks, sprinkle with a decent coat of Old Bay, or Howlin Dogs, then liberally put my hot sauce over that, take a fork, and stab seasonings and sauce into the meat . Then, turn over and do the same to the other side.

    Let the meat sit for about 20 minutes or until the charcoals are at their hottest point.

    Cook steaks on very hot grill to your liking.

    If you like blackened steak, here's how to do it.

    In a cast iron or old skillet heat up butter (1/4 to ˝ stick depending on size of pan), very hot, throw in steak and cook as fast as you can and turn over and do the same thing to the other side. It's an excellent way to do steak indoors. However, open a window or two or turn the exhaust fan on, because it can get real smoky in the kitchen, but once you try it you'll know it was worth it!


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